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Trying to think what to take this week. Hoping to have a free week to get organised, but Monday two requests for valuations kinda killed that. So Tuesday doing inspections and getting Lee's valuation from last week fixed. Today Tuesday, I have been to seee Steve Owens and to the office and chemist. Also drove around North Lambton looking ...
... a hike but can't get far enough as the bush fire had started again, we drove through several small fires but couldn't get all the way. We went back and saw a billabong and then hiked up some sand dunes to get to the sea, the dunes were pretty cool and stretched for miles in all direction. The sea was pretty wild and we passed an aboriginal waste site from 4000 years ago called a 'biggin'. After dropping off gear at ...
... a walk and a paddle in the sea. Nice chat with neighbors who are here for their Christmas Caravan Club meet with 11 other Caravaners. Steve arrives home at 5.30pm, dinner, a walk along the beach to clear Steve's head before he tackles the homework that has to be done ready for the next ...
... you have. Of course two people can have two completely different experiences in the same place and it could be one person's favourite place on earth, and someone else's worst. I just so happened to meet amazing people, Virginie, Chiara, Fabienne and Sophie being amongst some of them. We all spent a lot of time together and they were really lovely girls. The hostel we were staying at offered free activities so whilst in Coffs Harbour I had my first ever surf lesson, paddle boarded ...
... winery they get treats and "special" water. Pepper Tree also roasts their own single origin coffee and their bistro and coffee located on the winery is called Contango. I have included a picture of my coffee, just click on the picture for an explanation of what the name means, the finance types likely know. I thought it had a Spanish connotation, Not!
We experienced one of a pet sitters worst nightmare and that is losing the family pet, ugh! The good news he did ...
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